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The school toilet from Portz
Next to the Kollig farm there is a very different type of little building, which was discovered by museum staff when clearing out the old school in Portz, southwest of Saarburg. It is a small tiled half-timbered building which was originally designed in the last century as a school toilet.

This small structure probably only survived the change in sanitary standards because the school caretaker was using it as a chicken coop instead. It was easy to dismantle, being a half-timbered building and was also simple to restore to the original state, separate for the teacher, girls and boys.

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